Review in a Hurry: When director Paul W.S. Anderson and Milla Jovovich try to get Resident Medieval, it’s all for nothing, nothing much for all. If you’re just looking for some elegant production design in subpar 3-D, it delivers that. But you can probably find a cheaper way… Continue reading Movie Review: The Three Musketeers Is All For Nothing, Nothing Much For All
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Review in a Hurry: In this rote rom-com, Anna Faris plays a single jobless gal who looks back at the 20 men she’s slept with and wonders if one of them is The One. Offering a few chuckles but nothing new, What’s Your Number? is strictly by the… Continue reading Movie Review: Anna Faris and Chris Evans' What's Your Number? Doesn't Count for Much
For the first half of Melancholia, writer-director Lars Von Trier presents an interesting character study in the form of Justine (Kirsten Dunst, miscast as the inexplicably American daughter of John Hurt and Charlotte Rampling), smiling her way through a wedding reception with every ounce of effort she can muster. There’s a deliberate, restrained reveal to the depths of Justine’s crippling depression, and how it affects all… Continue reading 'Melancholia' FF Review: Beautiful, Fragile, and Without Much to Say
Last week, we showed you Empire’s weekly Movie Poster Mashup where users submit their own takes on their favorite posters. Now, thanks to Reddit, we’ve stumbled on an even cooler collection.
Courtesy of Mr Whaite on Tumblr, we have a sweet new set of neon movie images, proving that everything is cooler when it’s in neon.
You have to visit the site to really do the posters justice… Continue reading Neon Movie Posters Are Much Better Than Regular Movie Posters
Review in a Hurry: The third live-action Transformers film features some stupidly amazing action, but falls short storywise in its lack of a decent villain. Also, while the much ballyhooed 3-D does force director Michael Bay to cool it on the quick cuts, it’s not as effectively… Continue reading Movie Review: Transformers: Dark of the Moon Is Too Much, but Still Not Enough!